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Jamal Ali Nursing Blogger

Jamal Ali

Jamal is a Registered Nurse and the director of healthcare services for Briarwood Home Health and Interim Hospice. He is pursuing his master's in nursing from ACE, with a focus in nursing administration. He has nine years of experience working in home health, focusing on quality improvement, education and informatics. He holds a national registry for Emergency Medical Technicians and is a certified ICD-10 coder.

Jamal was born and raised in the metro Detroit area, where he lives with his husband, Patryk, and dogs Rayna and Eli. Jamal stays active with lobbying changes from the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services. He is an active participant in discussion panels for the National Association of Home Care and Hospice, as well as being a featured speaker for Decision Health.

Posts by Jamal

  • Voices in Healthcare

    A Holistic Approach: Does Alternative or Holistic Medicine Work?

  • Voices in Healthcare

    The Next Wave of Disease: How Nurses Can Help in Epidemiology

  • Voices in Healthcare

    The Creepiest Historical Medical Practices, Just in Time for Spooky Season

  • Voices in Healthcare

    When is it Time for Hospice Care?

  • Voices in Healthcare

    What Are the Benefits of Pet Therapy?

  • Voices in Healthcare

    Don’t Get Burned: How to Protect Yourself from the Sun

  • Voices in Healthcare

    Changing Policy: Becoming an Advocate for Change

  • Voices in Healthcare

    Use National Nurses Month to Take Care of Yourself

  • Voices in Healthcare

    Seasonal Allergies, Seasonal Eating and How it Affects Our Health

  • Voices in Healthcare

    Nurses on the Road: How to Prepare for Bad Weather

  • Professional Growth

    New Year, Achievable Me: How to Set Attainable Resolutions Any Time of Year

  • Voices in Healthcare

    Seasonal Affective Disorder: How to Manage the Winter Blues

  • School-Life Balance

    How to Balance Work, School and Life During the Holidays

  • Voices in Healthcare

    Taking Stock: How the Patient-Driven Groupings Model (PDGM) Has Affected Home Health